Donald Trump Takes Stance, “You’ll Be Saying Merry Christmas Again Soon”

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) speaks with Pat Robertson at a campaign event at Regents University in Virginia Beach, Virginia February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

We know that Starbucks and the world of liberalism aren’t fond of saying “Merry Christmas” during the Christmas holiday. They do not like that the holiday is to literally celebrate the birth of Christ and do everything they can to take God out of society.

Well guess what? Donald Trump says no more of that! We will no longer be ridiculed and nearly punished for saying those two words. In fact, Trump said, “You’ll be saying Merry Christmas again soon!”

This was revealed during an interview Donald Trump had with CBN’s televangelist Pat Robertson. Robertson responded to Trump’s statement relating to Christmas with a simple,  “We’ll count on it.”

100 Percent Fed Up:

One of the focuses of the Trump agenda has been stripping away regulations so Americans can be more productive. In addition, the president believes in stripping away all of the supposed politically correct phrases including “Happy Holidays”. He’s drawn a red line on those who insist on shaming anyone who chooses to say “Merry Christmas”.

While on the campaign trail, candidate Trump criticized the use of “Happy Holidays” as a substitute for “Merry Christmas”.  His support among Evangelical Christians has remained high, with many including Robertson praising his appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

No matter what happens, I have never stopped and never will stop saying “Merry CHRISTmas!” You can’t shut me up that easily.

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